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180 Days of Math for Sixth Grade Answers Key Day 59
Directions Solve each problem.
Question 1.
Answer:
7849 = 29.
Explanation:
The subtraction of 7849 the result will be 29.
Question 2.
24 × 4 = ___
Answer:
24 × 4 = 96.
Explanation:
The multiplication of 24 and 4 is 24 × 4 = 96.
Question 3.
305 ÷ 5 = ___
Answer:
305÷5 = 61.
Explanation:
The division of 305 by 5 is 305÷5 = 61.
Question 4.
Is 163 divisible by 7? _____
Answer:
No, 163 is not divisible by 7.
Question 5.
Write one and seventysix hundredths in decimal form.
Answer:
0.176.
Explanation:
The decimal form of one and seventysix hundredths is 0.176.
Question 6.
Answer:
The missing digit will be 5.
Explanation:
Let the missing digit be X, so the equation will be \(\frac{3}{6}\) = \(\frac{X}{10}\).
X = \(\frac{3×10}{6}\)
= 5.
Question 7.
– 19 = 13
Answer:
The missing digit is 32.
Explanation:
Let the missing digit be X, so the equation will be X – 19 = 13.
X = 13+19
= 32.
Question 8.
Find y when 10y = 25.
y = _____
Answer:
y = 2\(\frac{1}{2}\).
Explanation:
Given the equation is 10y = 25,
y = \(\frac{25}{10}\)
= \(\frac{5}{2}\)
= 2\(\frac{1}{2}\).
Question 9.
Calculate the perimeter of a square with 12 m sides.
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Answer:
48 m.
Explanation:
Given the sides is 12 m, the perimeter of the square is
P = 4 a
= 4 × 12
= 48 m.
Question 10.
What is the radius of a circle with a 6.2 cm diameter?
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Answer:
Radius = 3.1 cm.
Explanation:
Given the diameter is 6.2 cm, the radius will be
r = \(\frac{d}{2}\),
= \(\frac{6.2}{2}\),
= 3.1 cm.
Question 11.
Game
1 
Game
2 
Game 3 

Sara  14  15  14 
Allison  19  13  11 
Phillip  21  19  20 
Sonia  16  13  15 
What was the total number of points Phillip scored in all three games?
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Answer:
The total number of points Phillip scored in all three games was 60 points.
Explanation:
The total number of points Phillip scored in all three games was 21+19+20 which is 60 points.
Question 12.
Compare a rectangular pyramid to a rectangular prism.
Answer:

Faces  Edges 
Vertices 
Rectangular Pyramid  5  8  5 
Rectangular Prism  6  8  12 